Any renovation around your home, inside or out, should be strategically planned. Once you are done with a remodel there is no turning back, you can’t change it once it’s complete. Home improvements, once completed, are yours to enjoy (or hate) for years to come. We encourage clients to meet with our licensed contractor and designer to discuss their project in detail to discuss the renovation. Once you have expressed your interests to our contractors and designers they can help to create a space that you will thoroughly enjoy. Before you commit it is important to take some time to mull over the design to ensure it is going to be perfect.
Here are a few questions to consider as you plan your bathroom remodel:
- Should your bathroom be practical and useful or lush and lavish?
This is the first thing our licensed contractor and designer will want to know when you meet with them to discuss design options. A bathroom isn’t a space that most clients plan on spending hours on end in however, they want a space that is simple, attractive, and functional. However, some homeowners are remodeling their bathroom to create a space that they can retreat away from the stresses that are found in everyday situations.
- Are you looking to create a larger space or are you planning on utilizing the existing space?
Most often the bathrooms of your home are some of the smallest spaces within the home as they weren’t necessarily the priority that bathrooms, kitchens, closets, and such were given in new construction. It is vital when planning and budgeting to decide if you need a larger space or are fine within the space you have. It will be important for our designers to look at the architecture of your home, along with the floor plan to determine if the space can be expanded or if they will need to create a design based the space provided.
- Would you like a shower, a bathtub, or a combination?
Lounging in a bathtub has become something many homeowners have given up. Maybe they don’t have the time or desire. Whatever the case may be, leaving out a tub can make room in the budget for extras elsewhere, like a shower with multiple shower heads. If you do decide you would like the combination of a bathtub and shower our designers will plan a space accordingly to ensure your comfort and maximize relaxation.
- How much storage will you need?
The storage within a small space such as a bathroom is of utmost importance. The amount of storage that you need will depend on what you choose to store in the space. Are you storing just the basics like toiletries and towels or do you need to have room to keep other daily use necessities such as a hair dryer, makeup, and such.
JFC Remodeling, out of Howell, Michigan, offers a variety of construction services for the home including: kitchen and bath remodeling, flooring renovations, and home remodeling. You can find out more information at http://www.jfcremodeling.com or by reaching out to our home renovation specialists at 810.923.1123.